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LONDON MARKETS, &c. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, FEB. 6. fThere were increased supplies of wheat on sale in most the provincial markets held on Saturday. All kinds were heavy, and from Is to 3s per qr. lower. Iu barley 1'ttle was doing, on easier terms. The same may be °^ia of malt, beans, and peas. Oats and flour ruled dull, barely previous rates.. J resh up to our market this morning, the arrivals of jiorne-grown wheats coastwise, were very limited, and in Qt middling condition. By land carriage, the receipts were small. Notwithstanding that the show of samples was limits, the demand for all descriptions ruled heavy, "rising from the thin attendance of town and country ,uyers, and, in some instances, prices ruled Is per quarter J^er than on Monday last. There were a few buyers iu 6 Market on further reduced terms. New Old. w Shillings per Quarter. Essex and Kent, white, 76 to 77 fine 87 Ditto ditto new • 72 78 87 Ditto ditto.red, •• 71 76 „ 82 Ditto ditto new .*•• 68 78 82 Norfolk, Lincoln, & Yorkshire, red 67 75.. 81 Ditto ditto new Ditto ditto white new, none — Ditto ditto old, none — ■"A.ELEY, malting, new ..41 43 Chevalier 44 45 Distilling 39 41 Grinding 36 39 ALT, Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk, new 67 63 extr 70 Ditto ditto old 65 C-6 69 Kingston, Ware, and town made,new 71 7 1, 73 n Ditto ditto old 69 71 ,« 7'1 ■^Ts, English feed 28*31 Potato 31 33 Scotch feed 31 33 Potato 35 37 Irish feed, white 30 31 fine 33 Ditto, black 26 28 fine 30 RYE — —old Mazagan 42 44 47 50 Ticks. 44 46 43 52 Harrow 46 485:) 54 TJ Pigeon 46 52 54 6i £ EAS, white boilers 62 64 Maple 47 49 Grey 44 40 LOUR, town made, per sack of ^80 lbs — — 68 7 2 Household, Town 65s. Country.. — 60 6o Norfolk and Suffolk, ex ship. — 62 62 ^ONDOIN CORNEXCHANGE, WEDNESDAY, FEB 8- The supply of English wheat in to-day's market was chiefly the refuse of Monday, and in very inferior quality. attendance of buyers were small, and the demaud "lied heavy, at Monday's decline in prices. The show of foreign wheat was tolerable good. Hol- were ready sellers at the depression noticed on •"Monday; but the business doing was very limited, floating cargoes were dull, and lower to purchase. There was scarcely any inquiry for barley, the value of 'Which was almost nominal. Malt was offering on easier terms. Beans, peas, and flour were dull, at late rates. SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET, FEBRUARY, 6. To day's market was but moderately supplied with foreign sheep; but the number of beasts and calves was tolerably good There were a few very superior oxen on 8ale from Oporto. "he supply of home-fed beasts on sale was ratlisr limited; Nevertheless, their quality was comparatively prime. The ^tendance of buth town and country buyers was large a £ d the beef trade ruled active, at an advance iu the prices Monday last of 2d per 8lbs, and a good clearance was ^"ected. The prioiest Scots realised 4s 10d per 81bs. c s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d hoarse and inferior Prime Coarse woolled c. Beasts 3 6 3 8 Sheep 4 6 + 8 j,epond quality ditto. 3 10 4 0 Prime South Down pottle large Oxen 4 2 4 0 Sheep 4 10 5 2 _riIne Scots, &c 4 8 4 10 Large coarse Calves 4 2 4 8 °arse and inferior Prime small ditto 4 10 5 4 t, Sheep 3 2 3 6 Large Hogs 3 0 4 2 econd quality ditto 3844Neat small Porkers 4 4 4 10 Sticking Calves, 23s to and quarter old store pigs, 21s to 27s cl¡. I London PROVISION MARKET, MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 6. Ut?r> Per cwt. s. s. s. d. i/'esland 104 to lOfi Cheese, Cheshire per cwt 64 to 80 I £ iel 101 110 Cheddar 66 80 pOreet new 108 114 Double Gloucester.. 64 72 ^rl°w „ 102 108 Single ditto 64 70 I*aterford ••• ,» 98 102 Hams, York, new 76 86 »°rk 08 104 Westmoreland 70 80 jjhtierick 92 98 Irish 68 78 5 8° „ 96 >"4 liacon, Wilis, green 66 68 *resh, per doz 15 18 Waterford 62 64 LONDON TALLOW MARKET. fi ^ur market has become heavy, and prices are quite Is th CWt' 'ower tlian on Monday last. To-day P.Y.C. on » spot is quoted at 62s, and for delivery in March and pa l 1 6-s per cwt. Town tallow, 62s per cwt. net Rough fat, 3s 5id per 81bs. LONDON WOOL MARKET. < The near approach of the public sales has checked all Usiness in the private contract market. Prices are, there- ore, almost nominal. > CURRENT PRICES. s. d. s. d. Flannel wool 1 O to 15 Blanket wool 0 8 „ 1 0 LONDON HOP MARKET. For all kinds of hops the demand is by no means active, Yet prices are supported. Mid. and East Kent pockets 220s. to 3* §feal(i °f Kent ditto 180s. „ 210s. 160s. „ 180s. LONDON SEED MARKET. Bo»nk Continue to have a very firm market for linseed, has changed hands at 6"^s, Calcutta, 50s, and St. ■i 10 'ersburgh 56s to 58s per quarter. Iiapeseed is dull, and ) <!at6r to Purchase. In other seeds very little is doing; but fj j command very full prices- j ?°seed ("per qr.J sowing 62s to 66s crushing 50s to 56s. i^seed Cakes (per ton) £ J0 0s to £ 10 IDs. rC?peseed("pw last)new £ 00 to £ 00, fine £ 00, old £ 30 to £ 3. J^'to Cake ("per ton) £ 6 15s to £ 7 6s Moverseed (per cwt) oos to oes. ^stard (per bus.)new, white 10s to 14s; brown, 10s to 13s. ^anary (per qr.) 55s to 58s. r"1P> white (per bushel) ..Swede (nominal) (per cwt'J 27s to 34s w Urass (per qr) (nominal) 00s to 00s LONDON BARK MARKET. \r*f?lish Tree, per load of 45 cwt £ 12 0 0 to £ 14 0 0 13 0 0 14 10 0 jQtch, per ton 5 0 0 5 10 0 ^ambro' 4 10 0 5 10 0 Antwerp-Tree 5 10 0 6 5 0 >» Coppice 5 10 0 6 0 0 "»osa 9 0 0 11 10 0 n Ground 12 o 0 14 0 0 ^Ork Tree, Barbary 7 0 0 7 10 01 \r Leghorn 6 0 0 7 0 0 a!°nia, Smyrna, per ton 13 0 0 16 10 0 >> Camata 150017 100 »n >, Morea 1J 0 0 13 0 0 jerra \Gambier 35 0 0 36 0 0 j^Ponica j Cutch 55 0 0 56 0 0 Divi 12 0 0 14 0 0 s^yrabolams 8 0 0 11 0 0 1141acb, Sicily, per ewt. 0 17 0 0 18 6 HEREFORD CATTLE MARKET, WEDNESDAY Feb. 1. Prices per 121bs. to sink the offal, p s. d. s. d. s. d. 8. d. p,aJ beasts .5 9 6 3 Lambs 0 0 0 0 .Ri Ves G 0 0 3 Bacon Pigs 6 0 6 3 Jleep 6 9 7 Porkers 5 9 6 0 GRAIN MARKET. r», s d. s. d I s- d- s- ft heat old, 9 3 10 3 Beans 5 9 7 6 new •••• 8 9 10 0 Peas 5 0 6 0 *^ley 4 7 5 31 Oats 3 6 4 4 tAl'É;CUltn.E;iRlCi OF METALS, LONDON, FEB. 3. (Mining Journal.) 11 English IRON. per tnn ENGLISH COPPER. *r and bolt a £ 9 10 0 per ton Wales 8 10 0 Tile,l 1 to 281bs a 0 0 O Liverpool a 9 !0 0 Tough cake a '26 0 0 j i{| Stafl'ordshire a 10 10 o Sheathing andboltsap.^ 0 1 2 U Sheets, single a 12 10 0 Sheet a 0 12 || t. >, double a. It 0 o Bottoms a 0 1 3 I 5°op a 11 15 0 Oid a — all rod, round « 11 0 0 Yellow Metal a 0 1 0 i, square a 10 10 0 VV"etterstedt'sPa.Ml.+CMJ<2 0 (Wales) c 8 0 0 English LEAD.(t (Sta1ords!)ire) c S 10 u Pig, per ton,. 23 0 0 Cliairs, Clyde — Sheet 24 0 0 3.- i^0- '• Clyde b 3 17 0 FOREIGN LEAD, a jJthsNo. I&2-5thsNo. 3 16 0 Spanish, in bond 22 0 0 6Co,0- 1 >in Wales e 4 10 0 ENGLISH TIN. e Cni,vB.No.l,inLandon» S 0 0 Block, per cwt. 6 10 0 C|,J "last, No. 1 Fndry 5 100 10 Iiigots StirK-Coal bars 1" 0 Bal 6 11 0 To,, spatent) Refined — 0uKhenedPigg^,nGld^J 12 8 Grain ''to Wales 4—} 5 Fine grain 8\ve,i. foreign iaoN-ff Ditto bars fl 0 Ditto granulated — India8,11 •••• 57 0 0 t'OKEIGN TIN. C i 11 Charcoal Pigs7 6 0 0 Banca per cwt 6 TO 0 London Straits (vmcertified) .6 7 0 a TIN PLATES, b ls« keg, nominal 10 0 o IC Charcoal per box,, I H 0 On tl sriiLTKB. c IX ditto 2 O n to=sPot — -2110 IC Coke T 7 « °arriv. —•>* 10 ixdmof ''>sheo, ZINC- Ver ton Canada plates a per ton\5 0 6 ts d .32 0 QuiCKsitVEK,<) 2 4 *is.—(t> 2\ per cent. drs.; uetu; c, 6 ditto dt I £ per cent { Delir, dib e, 'l, ditto; j 54. e lvered in Linrpoo) 10^ per ton less.-f Discount for cash in fourteen days, 5 per cent. R REMARKS. ScotH 5 ^re fi™er, with more disposition to do business, ■^os..VP1^5 'iave fluctuated from 7^s to ?7s 6d. for Mixed A rr ? market closes at 7' Speu0tl.bus'nessdoiu« in Copper WJ asshown an upward tendency; £ 24 10s having A in'1! on ^,e spot. rePorf^ ate business doinrr in Tin the last transaction l' ed Was-for Banca, £ 11 and for Straits £ 128. f°r inanuf°0L' Fe.b 2- —We have had an active demand SIIDDac/u,re(^ iron, and prices of all descriptions are .1ScotcV P'* iron has been again subject to aVs in Glasgow, chiefly on tlie part, p^nce \v: i ai^es w'10 are 'awly interested in an 79« Cd JVIlh lifctl0' ron offering, tlie prine has run up ton,bii,Tr ani^ n'arket closed with sellers at 77s ^I>p0'itical^wT,S-at t^le present unsettled state sh £ ears ha^r.Urs> sP^ulatiTo buying at so high a price 5f»^n ^be sh; US' an'J in mar^( t buyers are extremely c), tong Pments fro ii Scotland this week are under in J^c^pper firmly' at forr"er rates- No NEWPORT TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATEh. DtPTH AT DAYS. MORN. EVEN. DICK GATES. Feb. IH54. H. M. H. M. FT. IN. 10, Friday 4 43 4 18 22 10 11, Saturday 5 34 6 4 25 1 12, Sunday G 10 G 44 27 0 II, Saturday. 5 34 6 4 25 1 12, Sunday 6 16 G 44 27 0 13, Monday 6 5R 7 21 23 1 1 Tuesday. 7 32 7 56 29 0 15, Wednesday 8 6 8 27 29 6 16, Thursday. 8 40 9 1 29 4 WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's Age-Full Moon, 13th, 57m. past 2 morn. Sun gun Sets Month; Rises iuses. !Yes.r 10 7 26 ;531591¡6-( 41 11 I 7 24 5 5 3 5 7 7 j 42 12 i 7 22 5 7 4 16 7 37 43 13 7 21 5 9 5 29 8 2 44 14 7 19 5 10 6 45 ¡ 8 21 45 15 7 17 I 5 12 7 57 8 37 46 16 > 7 15 1 5 14 9 14 | 8 51 j 47 TAFF VALE RAILWAY TIME. London Time is kept at the Stations on this Railway which is 12! minutes earlier than Cardiff. UP. AVKEli. DAYS SUNDAYS" STATIONS H. M H.M. H.M. H. M. H.M. ST A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Cardiff Docks.. 8 50 2 15 5 4o 8 45 3 45 Cardiff Docks.. 8 50 2 15 5 4o 8 45 3 45 Uj Cardiff 9 5 2 30 60 9 0 40 4sj Llandaff 9 14 2 38 6 9 9 9 4 9 G £ Pentyrch 9 21 2 46 6 17 9 17 4 17 8 Taff's Well 9 2/ 2 52 6 23 9 23 4 23 12 Treforest 9 38 3 3 6 36 9 36 4 36 13 Newbridge 9 43 3 8 6 41 9 4J 4 41 16IAberdare Junction 9 51 3 19 6 53 9 53 4 53 17j;Incline Top 10 4 3 29 7 3 HO 3 5 3 22|' Troedyrhiew 10 19 3 44 7 19 10 19 5 19 24 DowlaisJunction 10 27 3 52 7 '27 24 DowlaisJunction 10 27 3 52 7 '27 U, Merthyr 10 30 3 55 7 30 10 30 5 30 ABERDAREBttANCH ———— ———— ———— ———— 164 Aberdare Junction 10 0 3 25 7 0 10 0 5 0 20J Mountain Ash.. 10 14 3 39 7 14 10 14 5 14 22J Aberaman 10 22 3 47 7 22 10 22 5 22 10 26 3 51 7 26 10 26 5 26 23. Aberdare 10 30 3 55 7 30 10 30 5 30 DOWLAIS BRANCH. ———— ————— ———— ———— ————— 2t Dowlais Junction 10 28 3 53 7 28 25J Dowlais 10 40 14 5 7 40 DOWN. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS ë; I STATIONS. H. M. H.M. H.M. H. 111. H.M. 5s AM. P.M. P.M. AM. P.M. Merthyr 8 25 I 20 60 90 40 DowlaisJunction 8 28 1 23 6 3 21 Troedyrhiew.. 8 3() 1 31 6 11 9 11 4 11 7¡¡IIlCline Top 8 51 1 46 6 27 9 27 4 27 8 Aberdare Junction 9 1 1 56 6 37 9 37 4 37 IP Newbridge 9 11 2 7 6 49 9 49 4 49 ls|T,eS? Sit 2 12 «« » «' 164 Taff's Well 9 2? 24 7 7 0 7 5 7 18 Pentvrch 9 33 2 30 7 13 10 13 5 13 20jL™nS 94» 2ST 7201020 520 23i Cardiff 9 50 2 45 7 30 10 30 5 30 10 0 2 55 7 40 iQ 40 5 40 ABERDARE BRANCH ———— —— ———— ——— ———— 15j Aberdare 8 25 1 20 6 0 9 0 4 0 14j Treaman 8 29 1 24 6 4 9 4 4 4 !3§ Aberaman 8 33 I 28 6 8 9 8 4 8 12 Mountain Ash.. 8 41 1 36 6 16 9 16 4 16 8 Aberdare Junction 8 55 1 50 6 30 9 30 4 30 DOWLAIS BRANCH. ———— ———— ———— ———— ———— 2 £ Dowlais 8 15 1 10 5 50 DowlaisJunction 8 27 1 22 6 2 VALE OF NEATH RAILWAY. UP TRAINS | WF,EK DAYS. SUNDAYS 172,3 DEPARTURE FROM class.! 1,2 clss. ilass,'class. A.M A.M. P.M A.M. P. M. Carmarthen C 15 1039 5 45 — 6 30 Neath 8 3" I 40 H 0 9 20; 8 30 Aberdvlais 8 50 I 45 8 5 9 25 8 35 Resolven 9 0 1 55 8 15 9 35 8 45 Ulyn-Neath 9 B 2 3 8 23 9 43 8 53 Hirwain an. 9 30 2 25 8 45 10 5 9 1,1 Hirwain .dei>. 9 3812 32 8 63 10 13 9 23 Aberdare arr. 9 60(2 45 9 5 10 25 9 35 Hirwain dep 9 35 2 30 8 50 10 10] 9 20 » LI «■ yd coed 9 45I2 40 9 0 10 20j 9 30 Merthy 10 0125591;.1035 !I45 DOWN TH AIWS. WEEK DAYS. SUNOAYS DEPARTURE TitOM cls. els;, clss. class, clss M P.M. P. M A.M. P, 111. Merthyr 9 C; 1 j.06 0 9 0 5 30 LUvydcoed 9 15 2 15 9 15 5 45 Hirwain arr 9 21 2 11 6 21 9 21 5 51 Aberdare dep. 9 5 1 556 5 9 5 5 35 Hirwain air 9 18 2 b6 18 918543 Hirvvaio () 26 2 If- 6 26 9 26 7*56 Glyn-Neatli 9 47 2 37 6 47 947617 Resolven. 9 56 2 46 6 56 9 56 6 26 Aberdylais 10 5 2 557 510 6 6 35 Neath 1015 3 10 7 10 10 106 45 Carmarthen 1235 4 32:932112 20830 PRICES CURRENT OF LEATHER AT BACK- IIALL, BRISTOL. lb.lb. d. d. OfTal.Eng Shoulders lid 13d Crop Hides per lb. 30 35—l2toi3J English Bellies ..10 11 40 48-13 15 Foreign Shoulders 10 12 50 60-15]6 Foreign Be))ies.. 9 10i Foreign Hides. 30 35-J2]3 Foreign Cheeks. 8 9 40 45—13 )4 Dressing Shoulders 10Jl| £ English Butts 16 20—14 16 DittoBellies 9| ioj 22 2G-14 17 Dressed Shoe Butts 17 2 2830-15]8 Harness Hides 14 18 34 36-15 19 Welt Shoulders 13 is 16j 26 2225-13 17 Cordovan jg 30 2& 32-13 17 3540-12 17 RAW GOODS Engine Butts 48 52-12 17 16 Market Hides per lb. 3& 4 Harness ditto 36 42-H 15 MarketSkins 3; 56 Common ditto 26 30—12^14 Heavy Salted B.A. 32 38-12 14 Ox 5 51 Welsh ditto 20 2t-12 13; Light Salted B.A. 28 35-12b 13 Ox Hides. 41 I) Bull ditto ll 13 Best Shaved. 1823-18 21 Heavy Salted R. G' Common ditt0. 22 27—14 16 Ox Hides 41 43 Kips, English & "esh ..I 17 Light Salted R.G. 4 4 Petersburgh 6 8—IF 18 Ox Hides. 41 4a 9 10—15 17 Salted R fl I* East India —12 19 Salted Cape S" si c,* Calf Skins, English Heavy Salted lViii," o and Welsh « 30-13 18 Light SaUed M £ 5* J 55 60—16 5 IS 63 68-16 23 Iliftn T u i' 3 4 75 gn 15 r!s^ Skins 4 4i 85 90—H 19 LrishCf Skins 3 3i S5 100—13 17 Si'a"-Horse pr lf'O 120—12 16 <5nit rr-"YT 6s Od to 8s 6d English Horse Hides 911 « ^or 5s t0 6s Od Do., without Butts .10 12 War1'. Per ton £ 6 0 to £ 7 0 Welsh 9 f cd/; £ c 10 t0 £ r 1(1 Do., without Butts 10 ]•> "lon'a, ditto £ 13 to £ 16 10 Spanish 10 ^jumae, pr c. i6s Od to Igs 0 Do.,without butts, each 10s 14s 0d t,Jue pieces (flesh.) 40s 60s Horse Butts, per Ib. 10d 12d O-untlesh). 30s 4 s Seal Skins, Small 21 22 r orns, per 123 30s to 458 Middling.. 14 17 Large* 11 4 Russian, per Basils per lb 12 is e 5fs °^d7s °<3 White Sheep skins per A",er-.54a0d doz Zl ,,st0 ,3s CodOil,pertun. £ ;j3 £ 34 10 BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE, February 8. Share.| Railways. Stock. Bristol and Exeter i foo 041 JT" 20 iBirming. & Oxford Jui^ct.; 304 Stock. ^Caledonian .< 100 < 52J— Stack. SEastern Counties | 20 { 13i— 13! Stock, <Great Western s ioq 091 oof 25 SNew[>rt,Abergy.& Herefrdc 174 ^6— Si Stock Great Northern j iqq i as — 86 Slock.i London and N. Western J 100 ? j03 103A Stock.iLondon & South Western* loo 7Q 7a 25 London and Blatfkwall 11.6.3 7s__ o Stock. London, Brighton, & S. C< 100 | 95i— Q'i; Stock. lLancastcr and York. i00 65 — fiki 20 |d.>. West Riding Union 1J$5 U J* 5i Manchester, Buxton, and » j Matlock | | 2J— 3 Stock. Midland j £ 0 { 62J— 631 60 Ditto New. 35 Stock. 5Ditto Birming. and Derby 100 3c gg Stock.| Do. 6 perc. iiir. & G los. 100 !I37 —139 StocK North British | 100 32 — 33 Stock.! Do. Preference K'O S .— 20 |North Staffordshire. 17 £ 6— 5| dis Stock,!Shrewsbury and Birming | 100 j 55 6q 50 jSouth Devon 50 14 — 16 50 .South Wales 50 32J— 32} Slock. XaffVale 100 !3G —138 Stock. Ditto Pref. Stock No. 1 100 !<1G — U8 10 | Ditto New 1 2 i 3 — 3| pm_ Stock.? Do. 5 per cent all > — perct.pni btock j Do. 4i per cent all <Par.— Stock.| Wilts, (r'omer. & Weymtfc; 100 ? 66 — 98 1 stock.; York and North Midland j 100 | 48 48^ Stock ifork, Newcsle&Berwick' K'O | 67^— 68^ ^5 (York & NewcastleExten.; 20 81— 8 dis ™ DittoGt.N. of I-'ng.PrefJ 13 4|- 4 dis. j Local and Miiccllanevus. ) 20 \y.of E.&S.W.Ds J31i,old< 12.10.0 ( u?V.ipl-to i 10 4 4:1 pm» 14J.9, Bri^'nl Dock Shares .J 147.9.0 92 — 93 ex.d. „ S Wtto Notes i 121 8 9is 3 4orc. pai fetock Unstol Uni'ed Gas loa 170-175 „ S Wtto Notes 3 4orc. pai fetock Unstol Uni'ed Gas loa 170-175 or !nr^t0l ?team Navigation! 130 56 — 59 25 Bristol Water Works. .1 25 15 — 15i WyeO. & R. J av. 35 2% 'lift Stock. Mon. Rail. & Canal 1()fl 95 -100 100 Do. 5 perot. preference.. 55 p c.pm 10 (3.°-^<lu? 100 10 -12p.c.pm 10 j Do« t>o. (New).J paj_» u%na WESTERN VALLEYS RAILWAY. Greenwich time is k"pt at aH the stations on this rail- way. The Slation Doors, at Newport and Blaina, wiil lie closed three minutes before the departure of each trai rs An omnibus runs to and from the ELbw Yale Station Tredegar. UP. WEEK DAYS SCIN, AY "TTstiind lst2nd lst2nrf Isrind 1st 2n STARTING FROM & 3rd & 3rd &3rd &. 3rd & 3r Class Class Class Class. Class A.M. NOON. P.M. A.M. P.M. Newport, Dock-street 70 12 0 50 90 50 RhymneyJunction 7 15 12 15 5 15 9 15 5 15 Tydee 721 1-2 21 5 21 9 21 5 21 Kisca.. 7 31 |J2 31 5 31 9 31 5 31 Cross Keys 7 41 12 41 5 41 9 41 5 41 Abercarn 153 12 53 5 53 9 63 5 53 Newbridge 7 59 ,12 59 5 59 9 59 5 59 Crumlin 8 41 4 6 4 10 4 6'4 A-berbeeg Junction. 8 17,1 17 6 17 10 17 6 17 Aberbeeg Junction 8 17 1 17 6 17 10 17 0 17 Cwm 8 32 1 32 6 3'. 10 32 6 32 Victoria 8 39 1 3D 6 39 10 39 6 39 Ebbw Vale 8 45 I 1 45 6 45 10 45 6 45 Abertillery 8 28 1 28 6 24 10 28 tj 25 Blaina 8 45 1 45 6 45 10 45 6 45 DOWN WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. Ilst2nd lst2nd lst2nd lsi2nd lsT2iui STARTING FROM & 3rd & 3rd & 3rd 6c 3rd &3rd Class. Class. Class. Class. Class. I A.M. P.M. P.U. 7. P.M. Blaina 9 0 2 30 7 0 11 15 7 0 Abertillery 9 17 2 47 7 17 11 32 7 17 Aberbeeg Junction 9 28 2 58 7 28 11 43 7 2cS Ebbw Vale 9 0 2 30 7 0 il 15 7 0 Victoria, 9 6 2 36 7 6 11 21 7 6 Cwm. 9 13 2 43 7 13 11 28 7 13 Aberbeeg Junction 9 28 2 58 7 28 11 43 7 28 Crumlin 9413117 41 1156 Til Newbridge 9 46 3 16 7 46 121746 Abercarn 9 52 3 22 7 52 12 7 7 52 Cross Keys 10 4 3 34 8 4 12 19 84 Risca 10 14 3 44 8 14 12 29 8 14 Tydee 10 24 3 54 8 24 12 39 8 24 Rhymney Junction 10 30 4 0 8 30 12 45 8 30 Newport, Dock street tl0 45 4 15 8 45 t 0 8 45 NEwpoR,r AND PON'I'YPOOL RAILWAY. Greenwich time is kept at all the stations on this ral- way, which is twelve minutes earlier than local time.— 'I he Station doors at Newport, Pontypool, Blaina, and Ebbw Vale, will be closed three minutes before the de- parture of each train. up. TRAINS. W B ISK DAYS. SUNDAYS. =%5 j=*8 « „5 "2 JS ffl if a "2"^ "2 J 3 Jx 2* a Starting from, o <n 0 ""2 -"H -ol'L-'S -T z -00 4 eg A.M A M. P.M. P.M. P.M A.M- P..U. Newport 8 30 kl 30 I 15 5 30 S 0 10 3 30 8 0 Ll an tarn am 8 SG 11 36 2 21 ;5 36 8 6 10 t> 3 3G 8 g Cwmbran 8 40 11 40 2 2-5'5 40 8 10 10 lf' 3 40 8 i0 Pontnewydd for Cross y Ceilog Cross y Ceilog Llanvrechva 8 44 11 44 2 29 5 44 8 14 10 14 3 44 8 14. Pontrhydyrun for Panteague and New Inn 8 48 11 49 2 32 5 48 8 18 10 18 3 48 a ir Pontypool 9 0 12 02 4516 0 8 30[I0 30 4 0 8 30 DOWN-TRAINS. WEEK DAYS. r SUND 1* ii"8.i \*{« i\7\^T^T7 i/d I3" Starting from ;,Su 5*3 .5" |5~ ^-3 i*r"2 -"S -*0 «'HL>'rsLr' '-a ^tnj50j| A M. A.M- P.M. P.M. P.M.! A.M. P.M. Pontypool l7 30 10 0 12 3" 3 307 09 0 2 307 0 Pontrhydyrun (for Panteague (for Panteague and New Inn. 7 37 10 7 12 37 3 377 7 9 7 2 37 7 7 Pontnewydd for Cross-y- Ceilog 7 41 10 11 12 41 3 41 7 11 9 11 2 41 7 j| Cwmbran 7 4"> 10 15 12 45 3 4 7 15j9 15 2 45 7 15 Llantarnam 7 50 10 20 12 50 f 50 T 20 9 20^2 50 7 New £ ort^8^0 10 301 1 0 4 0 7 «°»0'9 •'■0;3 0 7 30 SOUTH WALES RAILWAY TIME. J "OWN TRAINS. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. UP TRAINS. WEEK DAYS. 1 SUNDAYS lsc2J 1st & Ist2d Kxp. Mail Exp iMail. Ist2tl jst2d 1st & Mail.| jlsUd Exp. Ist2d Ist'id Mail.llst2d Ist2d Maii.jist2u Startingfrom & 3rd 2nd & 3rd lst2d Ist2d i stiid; I stud & 3d & 3d 2nd l3t2d< Startingfrom Ist2d & 3rd lsi2d & 3rd &-3rd Ist2d & 3rd & 3rd lst2dl& 3d class, class, class, class, class, class,{class, class, class class class.| clas class, class, class, class, class, class, class. clase. class. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.J A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A-M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 8 655 Paddingfon 6 50 9 45 10 IS 4 50 8 56 — 2 0 8 55 j ^averfoidwest.. — — 9 10 — 15— — 50 Swindon .dept — 7 45 12 50 II 37 I 22 6 50 11 52 — 5 12 II 5 ^Carmarthen — C 15 10 39 — 2 45 5 45 — 5 45 6 30 Cheltenham(dpt 6 30 8 45 2 2u 12 0 2 20 7 45 11 2o — 8 0 5 5 l! 2C^lanelly ? (ill 20 — S 30 6 30 6 30 7 21 1,2,3 A.M. 1,2,3 A.M JSwansea 7 0 8 5 1 40 1 0 4 20 7 5 8 '50 1 15 7 b 8 0 iiloucester(dept 6 45 9 2r, 3 15 12 40 3 15 8 13 1 35 — 8 20 (i 40 1 35$Nreath j7 8 40 12 2 1 25 4 45 7 23 9 15 1 35 7 23 8 25 Newnham 7 5 9 55 3 45 — 3 45 8 38 2 10 8 45 7 5 2 10$Rritton Ferry. — 8 47 — 1 32 4 53 — 9 22 1 42 8 32 Lydney 7 28 10 14 4 6 — 4 6 8 53 2 30 9 1 7 2s 2 3 >Port Talbot 7 28 8 50 12 13 I 40 5 I 7 35 9 30 I 49 7 35 8 40 Chepstow 7 48 10 42 4 25 1 25 4 25 9 13 2 55 7 30 9 35 7 55 2 5 5SPyle 9 11 1 55 5 16 9 45 2 2 — 8 55 Portskewet 7 47 10 52 — — — — — 7 40 9 45 8 5 — jBridgend 750 9 27 12 35 2 10 5 29 8 0 9 58 2 17 3 0 9 8 'lagnr 8 3 II 2 — — 7 50 9 65 8 15 >U»ntrissant 8 5 9 50 — 2 35 6 1 8 15 10 30 2 39 8 15 9 40 Newport 8 18 11 17 5 2 1 50 5 2 9 37 3 30 8 8 10 13 8 33 3 3C>Cardiff 8 25 10 20 1 4 3 0 6 27 8 35 10 56 3 » 8 35 10 6 Marshfield 8 2» II 29 — — — — S IS 10 23 8 43 — jMarslifleld 8 37 10 33 — 3 12 G 43 II II 3 14 — 10 2| « Cardiff 842 11 40 529 2 II 529 9 57 3 55 8 33 10 38 8 58 3 55,Ne,port 8 48 II) 49 I 25 327 656 9 15 11 25326 9 15 10 .i., Uantrissant 9 lr 12 fc 6 I 0 I 10 16 4 15 9 2 II 7 9 27 4 isjMagor <_ 3 44 7 12 11 41 3 39 — 10 51 i firidgend 9 31 (2 28 6 20 2 40 0 20 10 30 4 31 9 24 11 29 9 49 4 3H Portskewet 9 10 II 3 — 3 56 7 25 II 54 3 51 — 11 i Pyle 9 40 12 43 6 40 — 0 40 — — 9 S9 II 44 10 4 Chepstow 9 20 11 1 4 1 40 4 10 7 36 9 50 12 5 4 10 9 50 n 15 Port Talbot 10 (, 12 56 G 56 3 o! 6 56 10 49 5 3 9 53 11 5^ 10 18 5 3il>ydney 9 38 II 33 4 2H 7 54 10 5,12 25 4 28 10 5 I Pyle 9 40 12 43 6 40 — 0 40 — — 9 S9 II 44 10 4 Chepstow 9 20 11 1 4 1 40 4 10 7 36 9 50 12 5 4 10 9 50 n 15 Port Talbot 10 (, 12 56 G 56 3 o! 6 56 10 49 5 3 9 53 11 5^ 10 18 5 3il>ydney 9 38 II 33 4 2H 7 54 10 5,12 25 4 28 10 5 Britton Ferry. 10 8 I fc 7 6 — 7 6 — 10 2 12 7 In 27 — Newnham 9 58 11 54 — 4 48 8 14 10 25,1'i 45 4 48 10 25 N<*ath 10 15 I 13 7 19 3 10 7 19 10 59 5 15 10 10 12 15 10 35 5 ISj 1 & 2 Swansea 10 55 — 7 55 3 25 7 55 — 5 45 10 50 — — 5 45iGloucester,,dpt 10 40 12 55 2 35 5 35 8 50 II 40 1 24 5 25 II 40 Llanelly |1 4o — 8 40 3 60 8 40 — 6 20 11 29 — <i 20 Cheltenham(arr 10 45 12 37 3 10 5 45 9 5 1 30 1 39 5 45 1 30 Carmarthen 12 35 — 9 32 4 35 9 32 — 7 0 12 20 9 3<> — 7 0 IKS Haverfordwest. 2 15— 60 — — — — 110 — Swindon ..dept 12 32 k 29 4 15 7 39 — I 25 — 7 10 I 25 i I JPaddington 3 15 i 5)6 OUO 30! — | 4 ISj — (10 0/4 15' 5 NEWPORT. ABERGAVKNNY, AND HEREFORD RAILWAYS. An omnibus runs from the hree Salmons, Usk, daily to meet the down train at 9.40 a.m. and the up trr.in at 6.36 p.m. at Little Mill Station; and an omnibus also run from the Clarence Hotel, Pontypool, to the Newport road Station to meet the trains. From Feb. 2nd, and until further notice. Mix x- (roods pre*s SUNDAY DOWN TRAINS. ] 3, 1 & 0 1,2,3, 1 & 2 TRAINS. Class. Class. Class Class. Class. a. m. a. m. a. m. ;1. m p. m. London 6 010 0 12 <> Liverpool. 45.. 11 15 5 0 Manchester 4 2- 11 IS 5 20 Birmingham 6 0 9 15 12 45 6 ( Wolverhampton. 6 40 9 55 1 15 7 6 Stafford 7 40 10 25 2 eo 7 10 Shrews- J Arr. | 9 0 11 20 3 30 b 20 bury ? Dep ) 9 10 12 10 3 45 8 25 Ilerefordl ^rr' I 11 30 1 55 6 15 10 30 iierer0mt Dep | 8 011 40 2 I 6 30 Tram Inn 8 13 11 52 — 0 43 S». Deveieux. 8 20 12 0 i 15 6 47 I'ontrillas 8 33 1.2 10 2 2-5 6 53 I'ontrillas 8 33 1.2 10 2 2-5 6 53 I Pandy 8 47 12 21 — 7 8.. Llanfihangel 8 5' 12 30 2 43 7 IS I Abergaveiiny 9 712 42 2 51 7 27 i'enpergwm 9 IK 125; 3 0 7 37 Llanvair 9 23 1 2 7 4 Goitre U 28 1 6 3 4 7 51 Little Mil 9 40 1 14 3 10 8 0 TC,5! •«"*»». Pontnewydd 10 5 1 35 3 2S 8 25 Newport. 10 15 1 50 3 35 bx- ur ti'mvs „ !')reSs S stJNDAY TI.AINS. lj2)S & 2 l.2,3|l &2 1,2, f-1 TRAINS. Class. Class.l«ssj Class Class.! t. m 4. m 1. m Ip. 1r.1,). n: 1 Newport. 73i: 12 15 3 0 G Ic Pontnewydd. 7 41:12 27 — J "in&sstf •• '»•*« *» H Little Mill 8 1 12 42 3 24 6 54J Goitre S g 12 54j 7 g| I Llanvair 8 13 12 58: 7 7J | Penpergwm 8 18 1 4 7 l J Abergavenny 8 28 1 In 3 45 7 23i Llanfihungel 8 40 1 27 7 358 Pandy 8 47 1 35 7 43S PonLilas 9 (i 1 42 8 t St. Devereux j 9 111 2 (' 8 15J Irani Inn 9 17 2 10.. 8 2i Hereford i Arr 1 •• 311 2 20 4 30 3 3< elCI0Uit Uep 7 25 9 45 2 3; 4 4J Shrews-( ,vrr. ) 9 £ 012 1' 4 55 6 45 b ivy. 1 Den.) 10 012 45 5 41 7 t 164 Birmingham. 1 35 3 45 8 H: !0 0 ol\erhaniptcn.. 12 3> 3 5 7 3: 9 ll London 4 55 7 30 10 45 Manchester 2 10 4 40 In 2. Liverpool 245446 10 50

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